We’re currently recruiting a Senior Financial Administrator on behalf of our international client – a creative and progressive service company who are disrupting their industry through continued innovation and technology.
Working in a rapidly expanding team, this is a unique opportunity to join an ambitious, driven and high achieving business.
Your role will initially focus on financial holding and acquisition administration and will work closely with a Financial Administrator.
Your duties will include, although will not be limited to:
Financial administration of c25 holding companies across several countries
Managing the weekly payment cycles and month end closing
Supporting monthly, quarterly and year end reporting
Working with external accountants with regard to indirect tax filings
Overseeing payroll for several countries
Internal and external stakeholder management
Working with peers and management to achieve objectives
Supporting ad hoc activities and projects within the Finance team
Degree in Accounting or Finance or similar
5-10 years’ experience within share plan administration
Experience in an international organization
ERP system experience and advanced MS Excel skills
Fluent in English (verbal and written)
A keen eye for detail, and planning and problem-solving skill
High level of honesty, integrity, commitment and responsibility
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Financial Administrator role, please register your interest using the link above. Alternatively, please send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Georgia Wright in our Amsterdam office on +31 20 808 11 02.
For one of our market leading global clients who pride themselves on their reputation, we are looking for an experienced Head of Group Controlling to support their continued success as a company. With the ideal candidate having a strong background in controlling and internal audit.
Head of Group Controlling, Zug, Switzerland
This role would be the perfect opportunity for someone looking for a leading role in a large international organization.
Head of Group Controlling responsibilities:
Controlling and reporting, consolidation and preparation of the group annual reports, planning processes and management reporting.
Oversee the preparation and creation of the consolidated financial statements according to IFRS (annual and semi- annual financial statements).
Internal and external benchmarking and performance management.
Group-wide investment controlling.
Support on M&A activity when required.
Oversee internal Audit and development of internal control system.
Work alongside Tax and Transfer Pricing to ensure compliance.
Collaboration in the creation of the monthly reporting to the management.
Oversee budget and forecast processes and of ad hoc reports and analyzes.
Oversee creation of presentations for board members, group management, media and investors.
Participation in business projects such as the integration of acquired companies.
A higher level of education in Finance, CPA preferred but not essential.
A background within internal audit or extensive experience in handling audit.
Experience in IFRS & local accounting standards.
German and English language skills are essential
A strong communicator
Experienced with financial systems, SAP & Cognos advantageous.
If you are interested in applying for this Head of Group Controlling role, please register your interest using the link below. Alternatively, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation please call Mike Baldwin in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Reporting to the Global Head of Sales and Marketing, you will be supporting the development of the global sales strategy with responsibility for both maintaining strong relationships with existing customers as well as new business development.
As Senior Key Account / Sales Manager your role will include:
Close collaboration with Demand Planning and Customer Service to optimize sales forecasting and therefore the production planning
Close collaboration with Global Head of Sales to establish sales plan for prices, volumes, payments
Ensures information flow within the Sales team and other functions
Responsible for achieving sales objectives for customers in Key Account portfolio in accordance with sales plan
Define and implement action plans for customers in accordance with sales and profit targets as set
Monitor competitor activities.
observe trends, customer needs, new developments and to review market segments regularly
Represent the company at trade fairs, customers events etc.
Requirements for the role:
8 plus years of experience in key account management.
Experience within the chemicals sector and / or selling to the tobacco industry would be preferred but not essential.
Experience in an international role.
BtoB sales experience.
Excellent communication and relationship building skills.
Willingness to travel approx. 40% under normal circumstances.
Open minded and a strong team player
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Key Account / Sales Manager role please register your interest using the link below, send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Meriel in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
In the process of a key transformation, due to company growth, our client is looking for a dedicated and ambitious individual to join the Finance function.
As Senior Financial Controller, you will work at the right hand of the Finance Director, overseeing the implementation of a new Finance Service Centre (located in Amsterdam) and the integration of the operating companies into the new structure.
Overseeing a team of 5 people, your role will be varied, with a range of both monthly Management Accounting and project focused responsibilities.
Responsibilities of the Senior Financial Controller:
Creation of an aligned and efficient Accounting and Reporting function supporting the Group’s operations
Manage and develop the team of 5 across AR, AP and Cash
Ensure accurate and timely reporting of P&Ls and balance sheets in accordance with IFRS
Overseeing reconciliation of the balance sheet
Review, improve and standardise Accounting and Finance processes across all operating companies
Cost control management and detailed understanding of the balance sheet
Management of FX, review of bank reconciliations and currency revaluation as required
In partnership with the Risk & Control department, ensure adherence to SOX, internal policies and external audits
Preparation of the statutory accounts and liaison with external auditors for year-end audit (IFRS), and audit of the statutory accounts
To manage all major tax areas, including VAT, Corporate Tax, Wage Tax and Transfer Pricing
Minimum master’s degree and/or a professional Finance Accounting certification (e.g. RA, RC, CPA, ACCA)
6–10 years’ experience in global company environments
Ability to concisely and clearly present information to colleagues both in Finance and in other business areas
Previous SOX experience would be preferred
Thorough knowledge of IFRS and Dutch GAAP
Strong leadership and team player skills
Excellent organisation and time management skills, with a drive for continuous improvement
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Financial Controller role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation please call Jenny Callum in our Amsterdam office on +31 20 808 1102.
Join a growing and dynamic business in the Advertising and Media industry, in the role of Risk and Controls Specialist, based at their Amsterdam offices. In the process of a key transformation due to company growth, the company is looking for a dedicated and ambitious individual to join the finance function.
Risk and Controls Specialist- Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands
Responsibilities of the Risk and Controls Specialist:
Preparing and maintaining the necessary audit documents/documentation.
Ensuring that the company’s controls, processes, and systems follow local laws and regulations, group internal procedures, client contract requirements.
Maintaining and updating internal policies and procedures.
Liaising and working with regional risk and controls team
Business partnering with the finance leadership team and IT to devise and develop internal processes and systems to ensure compliance with SOX and internal polices/procedures.
Conducting reviews across various business units, recommending best practice, testing the accuracy, reliability and completeness of controls and systems
Coordination of internal and external SOX audits.
Requirements of the Risk and Controls Specialist:
3-6 Years’ experience within Finance
Big4 Background is preferred
University or equivalent degree in Accounting, Finance or related field
Fluency in English and Dutch is essential (any other additional European languages are a plus)
Strong communication skills.
Strong attention to detail and the ability to manage a high workload
Advanced Excel skills.
Good working knowledge of IFRS
If you are interested in applying for this Risk and Controls Specialist role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Jenny Callum in our Amsterdam office on +31 20 808 1102
My client seeks a French speaking Manufacturing Digitalisation Manager to join their modern, high-tech manufacturing site.
As a global manufacturing business, the company has experienced significant growth and success in a variety of end user applications.
The Manufacturing Digitalisation Manager will be responsible for managing a team of Engineers and Technicians. Through inspiring the team, you will implement improvements and prepare on-site technology for scale-ups and transfers.
This is a key strategic role, establishing the roadmap for industrialization and continuous improvement projects around automated production processes.
Located in the Neuchatel region, the Manufacturing Digitalisation Manager will design continuous improvement projects and lead these to successful completion with the team.
There will be numerous opportunities to work on new, high precision projects cross-functionally with R&D and Supply Chain.
For the Manufacturing Digitalisation Manager, we are looking for high calibre leaders with the following skillsets:
Minimum degree educated within Engineering, master’s is an advantage
5 years’ experience working within manufacturing – ideally within a high tech or high precision industry
Ability to work with a wide number of stakeholders over quality, R&D and the wider Supply Chain
Good communication skills and the ability to drive change
Experience of handling projects with tools such as Scrum and Agile
Experience in managing team members either directly or project leadership
Fluency in French is necessary
If you are interested in applying for this Manufacturing Digitalisation Manager role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation please call Sienna in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
EMEA Recruitment are currently working with an international business as they look for a Global Reward & International Mobility Lead.
Global Reward & International Mobility Lead - can be based in Switzerland / Netherlands / Germay / Spain or the UK
This newly created role would suit a self-starter who can create rewards programmes and implement them on an international scale. Strong project management skills and relationship management skills will also be needed to help drive the implementation of the new concepts.
Areas of responsibility for the Global Reward & International Mobility Lead will include:
In this newly created role, you will develop a global state-of-the-art rewards strategy, including compensation, benefits, short and long-term incentives
Lead the implementation of a global rewards strategy across all entities
Manage the annual compensation cycles on a global scale
Develop a modern job grading and career ladder approach, and lead the implementation globally
Frequently assess the effectiveness of the newly established rewards programmes
Develop the global international mobility approach, lead the implementation and handle all cases jointly with external agencies
Be responsible for building up and maintaining a global terms and conditions database, and setting up terms and conditions for all newly created entities
Manage the total rewards approach for newly acquired companies, and ensure the integration of employees into the company-wide compensation and benefit plans
Evaluate the external rewards landscape by keeping up to date on modern rewards approaches
University studies in Human Resources, Business Administration or similar
Being strongly interested in rewards and international mobility
Have 8 years of experience in Human Resources, and 5 years of experience in rewards and international mobility in a dynamic, multi-national business environment
Be highly interested in modern rewards approaches and love to implement them based on the best fit for the organisation.
Deep understanding of an employee-centric reward approach
Strong business acumen and understanding of cultural differences in designing the global rewards strategy and concepts
Ability to handle various tasks and projects at the same time, and a strong analytical and strategic mindset
Strong networker and team player with a can-do attitude
Fluent in English verbally and written, German is a plus
If you are looking for a company with a strong international co-operation, can-do attitude, who focus on quality and growth mindset, this is the role for you!
If you are interested in applying for this Global Reward & International Mobility Lead role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
Our client, a global specialist technology company, is currently looking to welcome a Corporate Finance Manager into their department in Amsterdam. The role offers the successful candidate the opportunity to become an integral part of the Financial HQ, working alongside a member of the Senior Management Team and liaising directly with C-Level executives.
The role will offer you a wide variety of business challenges across finance, treasury, corporate restructuring, taxation, corporate strategy, and will combine responsibilities across business administration and Corporate Finance project work.
The position is ideal for an intuitive, driven, proactive and highly ambitious individual with an open-minded attitude to learning and very strong communication skills.
The responsibilities of the Corporate Finance Manager will include, although will not be limited to:
Working closely with the Senior Management Team on an array of projects across a number of disciplines
Carrying out timely and accurate analysis of business strategy, global M&A, global financing and involvement in the administration of Financial HQ
Overseeing global cash management initiatives, as well as developing improvement initiatives
Acting as a key member of the global treasury function, including maintaining relationships with international banking partners
Offering innovative ideas to drive multiple initiatives and projects
You will have:
Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Finance/Accounting and MBA (highly desirable)
A further financial qualification CFA, CA, ACA, CPA
8-12 years’ professional work experience including a BIG 4 audit and advisory background
Fluent English language skills are mandatory
A confident communicator with a willingness to ask questions and speak up with ideas
Eager to learn and develop, with an ability to understand the bigger picture, as well as the finer details
A patient yet ambitious team-player with a constant desire to deliver the highest quality results
Open to a dynamic position which offers 10–30% international travel
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Corporate Finance Manager role, please register your interest using the link above. Alternatively, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation, please call Georgia Wright in our Amsterdam office on +31 20 808 11 02.
This role would suit a dynamic, driven and ambitious individual who, as the Senior Buyer Marketing & eCommerce, will act as the primary point of contact between suppliers and business stakeholders. You will also support Procurement activities, which will include: contract negotiation, auction management, as well as implementing the overall global sourcing strategy for the category and wider Procurement function.
Typically, other Procurement activities will include: supplier search, supplier recommendation and contracting support in line with the source to contract process.
Key responsibilities of the Senior Buyer Marketing & eCommerce include:
Sourcing eCommerce and media services, as well as e-business and creative services
Provide strong market know-how of the categories in scope and good knowledge of complex Marketing and eCommerce solutions and processes
Monitoring of supplier performance and the reporting of this analysis to internal stakeholders and the Global Category Manager
Stakeholder management with the ability to identify purchasing and supplier risks before reporting them as appropriate
Possess a customer-centric mindset, and show awareness and understanding of the target consumer and their experience
For the Senior Buyer Marketing & eCommerce position, we are looking for high calibre candidates with the following:
Educated to degree or equivalent level
Ideally 2+ years’ experience in a similar position covering Category Management responsibilities, ideally in a luxury or consumer goods-focussed business
An interest in fashion and the luxury goods market
Procurement expertise, with experience of operating on a global scale, with a drive to deliver best-in-class Purchasing methods, while maintaining a continuous improvement mindset
Strong influencer who has the readiness to identify cost reduction opportunities, with the aim of achieving service targets with respect to quality, costs and time
Fluent in English essential, German speaking would be an advantage
Accustomed and knowledgeable in using SAP system and related software
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Buyer Marketing & eCommerce role, please register your interest using the link below. Alternatively, please send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Neil Cope in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007
Following a sustained period of growth, our market-leading FMCG client has again partnered with us to strengthen their Procurement division in Switzerland. They are looking for a Global Procurement Manager – Fine Chemicals to join the team north of Zurich.
Global Procurement Manager – Fine Chemicals - Zurich
As Global Procurement Manager – Fine Chemicals, you will be responsible for the spend management of several hundred €M across raw materials.
The successful candidate will be tasked with strategy development for this spend, and will be expected to work closely with regional Procurement leads, as well as cross-functional global leaders to develop and implement a sourcing strategy for this area of spend.
Key accountabilities of the Global Procurement Manager – Fine Chemicals include:
Responsibility for the global strategy of raw materials connected with key FMCG products
Initiating and driving large global change management strategies (such as complexity reduction projects)
To support on delivering the organisation’s sustainability targets
Measuring and managing the overall performance of global suppliers, as well as acting as a senior relationship lead for the category
Working closely with regional Procurement teams to support the launch of innovations, new product development and new supplier introductions
The successful candidate will be degree educated and have at least 7 years’ experience in a similar role. You will also have experience of managing a sizeable spend and have dealt with large-scale, complex change management projects.
An understanding of end-to-end portfolio management (including service and quality) is also important in order to be successful in this position.
In return, this is an ideal role for any aspiring Senior Procurement Professional with multi-national exposure, who is looking for their next step. Our client is a well-known, market-leading business that is currently going through an exciting period of growth, meaning there will be scope for progression in this role.
If you are interested in applying for thisGlobal Procurement Manager – Fine Chemicalsvacancy, please register your interest using the link below. Alternatively, please send a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation about this role, please call John in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007